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>> look at her. oh -- beth chapman, i love her -- with her -- oh, gosh! ? calm again you cry and then live on ? >> live on! >> uh-huh. another lovely song. emily blunt sits down with us along with paula hawkins who wrote "the girl on the train." new thriller out this week. i'm telling you, it's ju - >> an unbelievable movie. >> can you imagine if all the people that read the book go to see that movie? everyone will want to compare. you did both and you -- >> i liked the book so much. couldn't put it down, but i loved the movie. and there are two reasons why, emily blunt. she's amazing. >> definitely going to be nominated -- >> probably win the oscar. >> can you believe what's happening here? all right. champion you. champion world skier lindsey vonn has a book out opening up about living through defeat, depression and divorce and a message very uplifting, no
>> yeah. a beautiful girl. plus, if you've got limp locks, got everybody's attention. we've got -- [ laughter ] we've got the tools the pros use to get salon-like style. sometimes takes a little pause, sometimes. >> i do say. >> locks. >> you have impeccable timing. >> i thigh, hoda woman. >> yesterday, doing my radio show and every now and then you have -- >> a fabulous woman on every monday and wednesday on sirius ra >> okay. >> sheryl crow walked in, you guys, and i fell in love with her all over again. first of all, she's 54. look at her. flawless. came to talk about her life. i have to tell you, she's one of the most, even though she's quiet about her private life, especially with lance armstrong and all that stuff, that time. >> and breast cancer, right? >> she talked about what it was like going through breast cancer and the breakup of an engagement
purposeful she is and she has to children and i just got to tell you. i looked at her and thought to myself, wow. she's one of those women that figured how to have it all in her own way. you know what i mean? >> it takes a lot sometimes. we often learn a lot from our defeats and disappointments, if we embrace them and it's a natural thing to do. embrace defeat, disappointment, and then move on. >> right. and see the joy in it. >> if you can -- count it, your trials of joy, it's amazing what happens. >> yeah. >> an incrediber night. you want to tell us about it? >> the last hair and makeup. >> this is the last of the blind auditions. when everyone's filling up their teams. the teams were pretty full. now you have to be extra picky when you're choosing people. first is a pair of sisters, whitney and shannon from texas, they blew the judges away.
? ah ah ? ? oh, oh ooh ? ? ah, ah ? ? oh, oh, oh well, time makes you older children get older and i'm ge my reflection in the snow covered hills ? ? well the landslide brought me down ? >> wow! >> okay. >> oh, my gosh. >> we have chills on the set right now. >> i'm crying. gloriously beautiful. i want them to win and i don't even see the show. i want them to win. >> who do you think, because i actually saw it -- i don't want to give it away, who do you think of the judges, the duo picked? and they started off by saying,
was the mentor of the swan brothers. remember those two young guys? >> i do remember that. >> and they loved everybody. who do you think they chose? >> i think they would choose blake. seems to me. >> yeah. okay. take a look. >> come on! >> we take alicia. >> oh, my -- >> look at alicia. look at her. >> well, that's a good choice, too, and later ohe let's see her. >> are you nervous? >> let the tears come out. get it out and just go have a great time out there. okay? don't put any pressure on yourself. >> i just want to do well. >> you'll be great. just having a mom who's in the entertainment industry like i want to amount to everything that she's done. you know, i want to prove to everyone that i'm a completely different person from my parents. it's very nerve-racking for me, because there's a lot of pressure. >> yeah. she's got it.
>> got her game face on. >> smile! ? oh-ooh-ooh ? >> a lot of cool stuff in there. ? and why i can't help falling in love with you ? [ cheers ] >> how about -- >> candace cameron bure. >> shut up! >> love it! >> her dad is larry bure played ten seasons in the national hockey league. a beautiful family. their own vineyard in california. >> beautiful. >> yes. >> the only one who turned, but she got adam and adam got her. from the first moment. >> beautiful. >> telling you. >> speaking of awesome voices, how about miley and her dad,
a duet titled "magic jam sess." >> for session probably. >> that's what i said, "seesh." ? signs met you ? ? only if you knew that i care ? ? everything goes ? playing together. >> a song billy wrote to his best friend who passed away. yeah. nice to see them -- it's -- >> yes. >> nice to see them together. both really good singers. >> some of the best times i've had in my life at home with my musician friends just jamming. >> isn't that fun? >> love that. >> that's my favorite thing. really is. you never know who's going to be there. you never know who's going to
put together -- take their guitar out, harmonize. >> dream of that. >> you're actually going to be doing it with me next week. >> oh, yes. >> hoda is going to make her debut. >> yes. >> as a recording artist. we will tell you who are as the week goes on. >> yes. i'm practicing my line. yes, singular. >> no, no, you have many lines. you have a big part. >> i can't wait. >> yes, you do. so, our favorite dolly parton on "jimmy kimmel." just another reaso l it's important. >> all right. >> jimmy brought up the fact her hometown in tennessee put up a statue of her in front of the courthouse in -- >> take a look. >> what dolly had to say about the statue. >> can i tell you a little story about this? >> sure, yeah. >> i loved my dad to death. he's gone now. my dad was a real country person. always drove a pickup truck. it a rifle in the back and always had a tag that said dolly parton for president. but, anyway, after my dad died,
and a big oil drum of soapy water in the back of his truck and late at night go down to the statue and scrub all the pigeon poop off that. isn't that the sweetest thing? >> that is very cute. >> my daddy -- i know. >> ah. >> so sweet! >> only she could make that story lovable. >> all right. are you supposed to make a toast at parties? i think everybody likes -- not don't like toast like you're having for breakfast, but a toast, you know? this kind. >> the etiquette guide say it's time to stop that practice. >> why? >> they say that kind of thing, a break in a party kills the vibe. >> you know who doesn't kill the vibe? look at the sunshine that just walked into our kitchen. >> oh, my gosh. >> we have the best job in the world. we really -- >> hello, olivia. >> hello. >> how are you? >> lovely to see you, sweetie. >> lovely to see you. >> we're excited to talk to you about your new project. in the meantime, we're talking
at events? >> or a party? because i'd like to make a toast. >> i like it. >> we would like to lift our glass right now to you. >> thank you. i don't have wine. >> olive oil will do, and just say, we wish you, godspeed and blessings for this new project of yours to live on. >> thank you. thank you so much. >> see, i think that made people happy. >> you're right. >> apparently you're not supposed to do that. >> all right. [ laughter ] >> all right. we're going to perk up your morning when you see what we are giving away. >> miss hoda and olivia can stay if she wants to. olivia, likey. ? you're the one i want ? >> devoted fans, olivia, right after this. ? oh yes indeed ? t karma. what the??? you're welcome. i just helped you dodge a bullet. but i was just checking my... shhh... don't you know that checking your credit score lowers it! just be cool.
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? physical ? she's global entertainment icon with four grammys more than 100 million albums sold. ten number one hits includin from 1981. >> the year i was born. >> not at all. >> and remember from a little movie musical she back in 1978 called "grease." we could only be talking about the one and only olivia newton-john. hello, sweetheart. >> hi, how are you? >> hello. >> we're so happy, a breath of sunshine, now the singer and actress is out with brand-new music meant to inspire and heal. look here. ? you can see the rainbow in the
? live on ? >> love it, love it, love it! collaborating with two fellow singers and friends on the upcoming album "live on" which is a take off from your wonderful name o-live-on. >> how are you? >> i'm wonderful. >> we were so sorry to hear about your sister who passed away a few years ago. she wa for this incredible cd. >> there she is. my beautiful sister. >> you two were extremely close. >> very close to your friend david, too. after she passed away i wrote a song, because for me, healing comes through my music so i wrote a song for her and called my friend amy sky who produced another album for me, canadian songwriter, would she help me produce this song and we were
weren't music for people who were grieving. there's no time on it. then we thought of our friends, whom you love. amazing artist. >> songwriter, singer, right, and as well as hall of fame. >> oh, if you've never heard of her, which is a crime, download her music. >> she's amazing. >> incredible. go ahead. >> so we called beth, because she'd written a wonderful song, "zapped and water." if you've ever heard that song and d and she jumped right on, she had been doing grief workshops we weren't aware of. >> she's a breast cancer survivor as well. >> she's a breast cancer survivor. two of three of us in my new group. survivors we call ourselves. right? >> right. >> so we got together on two or three occasions when we could fit in our schedules and wrote
grief, healing, whatever time it takes you. but the songs are -- i'm very proud of this record. >> you should be. it's gorgeous. >> and credit the global community of care for people around the world to share from my hospital. go to onjcancercenter.org they can share the song. >> and right in your backyard? malibu pad or -- >> we live outside of town. we live outside of l.a., but we have horses and chickens and dogs and cats. >> of course you do. we would be disappointed if she didn't. wouldn't we? we want the organic you. >> there was a little buzz going on on the internet last month about "grease." did you hear about this? >> i did. >> okay. did you hear about this? >> that she was -- >> it's hilarious. >> it wasn't funny at the time, but maybe it was to you. >> what was the theory? >> being batted about? >> some theory that i really died in the beginning and at the end going back to heaven,
i thought, well, first of all, kind of great they're still talking about the movie, but i thought, that means we were the first zombie movie ever and we looked pretty good for zombies. >> you are going to heaven. which hoda and i call poughkeepsie. but the nice girl turned to be the bad girl and the bad girl did go off to a different kind of heaven known as poughkeepsie for our viewers. >> there's truth to that. it's another word for -- no -- not just anytime. >> i'd never heard that. >> what? hoda's -- what do you mean? i thought it was regular. >> the big o. even jerry goes, "it's the big o!" jerry knows and hoda doesn't. >> wait. real quick. vegas is still -- >> yes. i'm glad we're changing the subject. >> i wanted her to breathe. >> i mean, las vegas at the
year. >> and maybe longer, you're deciding. >> i don't know what's going to happen, but i'm having great fun. >> meantime, everybody, got to listen to this. new music. >> that's how it is. >> love you. >> all right. >> thank you so much. >> good to see you. >> we love you. >> glad i'm here. >> yes. >> certainly. >> we're glad we're all here. never happy with your hair? we're going to liven up those locks after this. yes, limp locks. ? (coughs) that cough doesn't sound so good. well i think you sound great. move over. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! ah! david, please, listen. still not coughing. not fair you guys! waffles are my favorite! ah! some cough medicines only last 4 hours. but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. start the relief. ditch the misery.
>> add crimp to your style. and owner of new york's wonderland beauty parlor, michelangelo. >> ooh, michelangelo. >> the sistine chapel, it was amazing. >> it was all my parents. >> talking about different types of girls. we have izzy here. what are we trying to do for izzy? >> for izzy use the beach waver to get the classic beach wave. big, bouncy, sexy, just woke up like this. easiest tool in the world. >> it does it for you, right? >> does it for you. sara who created it with an, she was an innovator, her dad a dentist. taught her the drills. they used to be manual and sparked her imagination. >> i remember this. >> now like, why are we twisting? >> yep. >> push the button. >> and push the button. >> and end up? >> it's a little more relaxed. looks easier, a little younger. looks a little more, i just woke up like this. >> izzy, you look great, girl. >> all right. >> thank you.
style. >> olivia found inspiration in kathie lee. >> yes, she did. >> so what we're doing here -- >> that's a crimp iron. >> a slightly modern take on the crimp. a nice, deep wave. a fun party hair. >> hold it and move it down. >> yes, just until you feel a little bit of white steam come up that is just from a little product on the hair. no fear. >> that's not damaging the hair? heat protection underneath the section. >> spray it with something? >> right. a little light hairspray, heat protector. >> let it set and later moosh it up? >> so it doesn't look like you had a crimper on it. >> exactly. make sure to leave it on long enough that it cools off. >> now, how long does this last? >> oh, this will last until she wets her hair again. >> what? >> assuming that the right product is -- >> olivia, it looks good. for days. >> thank you. >> for days. >> just freshen it up. >> is this ellie? ellie is here. hello, ellie. >> trying to create curl with a flat iron?
>> yes, flat iron finger wave, a little more of a fashion-forward look. >> what do you do? >> holding it and twirling it? >> i'm just pushing the waves in and tapping the iron to set them. >> look what he's doing. >> getting a little -- >> we don't even -- >> it's a vintage-ee look. like vogue. >> someone has to do that for you, right? you can't do that on your own? >> i know plenty of girls who taught them do this themselves. it takes a little tutorial. >> we have our friends come by for lessons. >> great job. ellie, you look excellent. >> thank you. >> and you're welcome. >> make him finish you, you guys. >> don't have to go home looking crazy. >> from the best-selling book to a blockbuster thriller, emily blunt and paula hawkins take us inside "the girl on the train." and you won't mind the daily grind when you see what we're
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just last year you couldn't sit on the beach or relax on a park bench without seeing somebody read iing "the girl on the train." >> a runaway best-seller, 15 million copies sold worldwide and now, if you haven't heard, it's been turned into a movie. >> if you've been living under a rock. >> emily blunt stars as a deeply troubled woman whose life spirals out of control and down a very dangerous path. >> we tried everything and nothing worked, and it just absolutely -- just broke -- my -- my heart, and -- i got really sad, and then, um -- and then just broke us.
>> because i'm so afraid of myself. >> gosh. >> so, wow. >> what a movie. >> we can't take it! emily is here along with the book's best-selling author paula hawkins. ladies, welcome. >> wow. have you guys a major, major hit on your hands. >> this is major. >> my gosh. >> >> a lot at stake, because the book, paula, you know, was just received so incredibly well and now, no yo. >> paula's like -- >> thank you. we heard that. >> i love that -- >> and -- >> why do you love? >> she's so authentic. i love that embarrassment british people have of being complimented. take a bow, baby. >> opening soon, and how are you feeling about the final product? you've seen the movie. >> very excited. >> yeah. >> really excited and proud of it, and, you know -- it's dark.
>> and not easy to play, honestly. >> how did you prepare for that part of the role? >> i -- i researched it in various different ways from reading books. i have friends who are recovering and watched a lot of documentaries. the documentaries were the most helpful, physically and mentally to understand that and capture it was more of the challenge. >> at the time, you were pregnant. right? >> i was. >> and -- >> freshly. >> no one knew. >> freshly. feeling help you when you were acting? >> no. i mean, maybe. >> yeah. >> maybe i was in more of a fragile state of mind. i don't know. >> yet you're playing a woman, most people know, the basic story, who is broken hearted and falls into this kind of, this ugly world. >> yes. >> but cannot -- >> i've never done two films where i play somebody that cannot have a child and -- just a trait. >> paula, when -- this must have
basically to the movie world. >> yes. >> were you anxious about it? >> i was quite relaxed about it actually at the beginning. when it was first optioned i wasn't even sure it would happen. lots of things get optioned and don't get done. when it was going to be a go ahead then i became nervous, but i met with the director in spoke about it, i could tell he embraced the darkness, the characterization, the trail and i thought, fine. i'm happy. >> they said emily would be the star. >> i was delighted. delighted, of course, yes. >> emily, we've said on the air, the meryl streep of our generation. >> no. >> yes, we said that. >> what? >> yes. >> just freshly i said that. >> just freshly. >> you morphed into your character in a way that very few people -- you forget it's you. >> oh, thank you. >> a lot of people, there's so and so playing that.
>> i very much appreciate that and feel very uncomfortable with that. >> you're british. >> well, ladies, we're so excited. >> yes. it's extraordinary, and -- "the girl on the train" from our sister company universal opens this friday. >> definite oscar nomination. >> see what's happening. >> sorry. i'm freshly saying it. >> gold medal skier lindsey vonn starts a new chapter in her career and reveals what's she wants every woman to know, right after this. their favorite color.? ?a bunch of pineapple 'cause hey it's summer!? ?bananas and berries 'cause the letter b rocks.? ?a little bit of yogurt?? ?sure! why not?? the fun never stops!
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a stronger woman now than she ever was and now lindsey wants to help you find your inner strength with her new book called "strong is the if you beautiful: embrace your natural beauty. eat clean and harness your power" and whatever you do, don't call this a memoir because it's not. >> no way. >> it's not. >> can i have your voices and follow you around and say it over and over again. >> thank you, guys. >> yes. >> follow your -- say it over and over and over again. it is interesting because your life has gone up and down and in a very public way you were able to see that. and you felt like you've grown a lot through that pain? >> i have. yeah. i was married, divorced, dating tiger. i was not dating tiger. i had many, many injuries. i won olympics, missed olympics, and throughout all of it, i always found my strength on the mountain but i wasn't really always confident in myself off the slopes. so i feel like especially in the last three, four years i've
know, always experimenting with what i eat and how i work out and i finally feel like i'm confident and i -- am healthy and -- everything is just working out really well. i kind of wanted to share with everyone my experiences and what's worked for me, what hasn't and hopefully everyone can enjoy working out and eating healthy like i do. >> would you say, each person is a completely unique individual. what works for you will work for everyone? >> no. that's the opposite of what i'm saying. i'm saying everyone should like going to the gym. i mean, it's hard for me to say that. >> how do you do that? >> yeah. not very many people like going to the gym. i feel that's because you haven't tried different things. so i pretty much give you a menu and you can pick and choose and go there and experiment and find what keeps you coming back to the gym, because that will make you happier, make you stronger, that will make you more confident. >> results will, right? >> sure. we said about the physical things like feeling stronger,
the other part of your life you were sorting out is more of the personal stuff. making choices that you right now think are right for you when it comes to somebody you're dating. what changes have you made in that arena of your life? >> i don't know. i'm still working on that part. but i just feel like i'm a more confident person these days and that attracts different people. >> yes. >> and different energy, and i don't know. it's still a work in progress, but i feel like -- >> you say you attract what's in you. that's really true. you attract broken people. when you feel strong, you attract strong. is it time to start training again? what is happening? >> hello! >> yes. >> the dating world or on the mountain? >> the mountain! [ laughter ] >> sometimes they seem like the same thing. okay? [ laughter ] >> no. of course, just come back from chile.
men and norwegian men's team. it was fun. i had a great time. i like training with guys because they push me, to ski faster, be a better skier, and that's pretty fast. >> and the only woman up there with all of those hunks? >> the only one. >> of course you were. >> tell us -- >> if you're not a big workout person and all of those things, what is someone going to take away from your book that might help kind of average joes make, you know, themselves better? >> what i hope they do is just experiment. like i said, and hopefully find something in my book they enjoy doing, and that keeps them more active, and also you know, with all of the stuff i talk about with food, about knowing what you're eating, and what it feeds your body and i feel like that information will hopefully help you make a better choice. >> do you think you're ever going to like the red carpet? [ laughter ] >> i don't know. i mean, i love the dresses and i think -- i feel really confident when i'm all glammed up. i feel like it's my alter ego, but i feel like red carpets are
it's when i get off, get home, take my makeup off. >> like a regular person. >> you speak with great honesty and candor and it will help a lot of people. >> you're so lovable. >> thank you. >> you're the best. >> great to see you. >> buy the book. it's called "strong is the new beautiful." all right. we hope you're hungry. we're going to cook up some southern breakfast foods after this. >> we're not sure lindsey will let us eat it, but great food, after this. you're going to scramble "it's amazing out there" means to me the wonder and wow of the weather. >> everything is amazing. it could be the smallest ice crystal. the biggest storm cloud. >> what does "it's amazing out there" mean to me? it means looking up and being inspired even if it's just straight up blue skies. i mean, how beautiful is that? that little burst of red that
over the ocean when it comes up in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to the other. >> the roll of thunder, it's just, oh, it's just one of the most amazing things. >> that's what "it's amazing out there" is and what it means to you mentally and the memories you take away from that weather. >> how that absolutely affects our lives, our day-to-day. what's in our stores, what are we going to wear, what are we going to eat? what's everything going to cost? to me, all those interactions of the weather has real influs on, that's why "it's amazing out there." >> what it means for me is it lets the world know what's happening at the weather channel. >> i think what makes the weather channel's coverage unique is that we are meteorologists. we know what's going on with the weather, and that makes a tremendous difference. >> somebody just walks up to you in the field and says, thanks for being there. we're so glad that you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge, we have a responsibility.
to help them, help communities, help their families stay safe. it matters so much. >> when you start linking the people side up to the weather and the science and the data, it makes a real connection and starts to drive home the importance of what we do. >> i love weather. >> i do love weather. >> i love the weather. and, you know, i love working with people who love the weather. this is what we love to do. >> every single day is going to be something spectacular. it is truly amazing out there. is that ice-t? nope, it's lemonade. is that ice-t? lemonade. ice-t? what's with these people, man? lemonade, read the sign. lemonade. read it. ok. delicious. ice-t at a lemonade stand? surprising. what's not surprising? how much money marin saved by switching to geico. yo, ice-t!
called "big, bad breakfast: the most important book of the day" and selling like cupcakes, pardon the pun. >> it is. it is. >> good. let's say some more. >> going so great. i cannot tell you. so fantastic to be here. i love to be in new york, and this is a perfect sort of rite, this part of the morning dish to do because it's a great clearinghouse. you can really put anything in, what are we making? >> the one we're making today is called our low country skillet scramble. so it's basically all of the shrimp boil. so you've got potatoes, green onions, corn. >> olive oil. >> andouille sausages. >> peppers. >> scramble and egg. >> and some sort of sausage. >> yes. what we start with and don't talk about this a whole lot, use clarified butter to cook our eggs with. when you use clarified butter, take out the butter solids, what burns first.
the bottom. and it will, butter will clear out and you skim the butter fat off the top. you can cook at a much higher temperature without the threat of burning. >> okay. >> then a couple things you can do for this particular dish to make ahead. we do some potatoes, turn into a hash. boil them at low temperature, until they're just knife tender and get them out and put them in some ice water so they stop cooking. cooled and drain them off with a little bit of onion and bacon fat. we love to make use of our -- >> yes. bacon fat, boy! >> making a hash brown there. >> exactly what it is. >> a little bit of salt and pepper. >> hmm, so good. >> and the other thing you can do ahead, you can just put them on the side and let them sit at room temperature a couple hours because you're going to heat them back up again. >> look at you cooking corn. >> amazing. you're not taking my job.
corn kernels and a little olive oil and you just want to coat those. >> okay. >> until, you know, they're -- >> okay. >> coated with oil. pop them in an oven at about -- >> those kernels? >> yep. >> this is them when done here. right? >> correct. >> now what? >> so now you get to the part that -- it's really putting the whole dish together. start with a little onion and garlic. in a pan. >> shrimp. and the andouille. >> going with the shrimp and andouille. the thing i spend so much time talking to my cooks about is cooking shrimp just perfectly. you really want shrimp to just turn pink on the outside. >> and then flip it. >> yeah. and get them -- >> or they're chewy and then not delicious. >> or they're nasty otherwise. so you want those cooked. come in with your, with your potato. >> okay. >> and then -- >> down here? >> correct. >> what you -- >> shall we taste it? is it time? >> we are. >> where are the eggs? just in there. >> the eggs go in at the very end. put in all your tomato. >> the corn.
>> all right. get after it. >> i'm going for the drink. >> of course, you are. >> we heard about you. >> uh-huh. >> so trying to get a bite of everything. that's the trouble. can't do it in the time -- >> oh, my gosh. >> you actually eat a big, bad breakfast. don't you? >> uh-huh. took me there. >> right. >> in mississippi. >> that is delicious. >> thank you so much. >> that is so good. >> for these recipes head to today.com/food. >> something else g in the morning. >> it will cure you. >> we're going to give it away. five lucky people, but first, this is "today" on nbc, stick around. hoda woman, spanky tuesday. yes. >> oh, my gosh. this is too good. this kid makes stains like you would not believe so when we had him, we bought one of those he washing machines but it took forever turns out it wasn't the machine, it was our detergent. so we switched to tide turbo clean
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